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    This stuff is awesome. I definitely need to show this to my friend. He does all the minatures stuff for our group.
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    Contest Winner Paulewaug’s Figure 4
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    More progress pics:

    The figure is finally starting to shape up. I put a few more hours in and have completed the flesh and have started working on the cape.



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    Barbarian Commission

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    This character figure was completed as a commission piece for a friend. The photography washed out a bit of the subtle flesh highlights, but I think it’s a nice figure. The miniature was made by Grenadier I believe, and is long out of production.




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    Hey, thanks!

    As far as the cavern sets go - no not really. I have a floor piece I am working on - I just have to make an RTV of my model. The walls would be difficult to cast in rtv and have look "right." I would like to make a modular system to create mines and caverns, but I am stumped on the walls.
    Hi pogre,

    I was reading your thread and came across this part--I was wondering what you meant by having trouble with the walls... I'm sure you've thought about using RTV on an actual rock? Building molds like this is used in model railroading... you could make a wall modular by using a seemless tiling technique where you take a wall, cut it in half and reverse the pieces, then resculpt the middle part. This way you have a wall that pretty much can be modular as the connecting pieces will always match.

    I'm not sure if this was what you were talking about but maybe it will help.

    Great stuff. Where's your story hour? I'd like to see this in action!

    Happy holidays,

    /johnny

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    Contest Winner Paulewaug’s Figure 4
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    Hi pogre,

    I hope you don't mind, but I just love your stuff, and I thought it deserved a more "dramatic" background. I hope you enjoy this pic as much as I enjoy your figures! Merry Xmas

    /johnny

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    Sorry, the edit of the last post didn't take the picture (grumble)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pezagent
    Hi pogre,

    I was reading your thread and came across this part--I was wondering what you meant by having trouble with the walls... I'm sure you've thought about using RTV on an actual rock? Building molds like this is used in model railroading... you could make a wall modular by using a seemless tiling technique where you take a wall, cut it in half and reverse the pieces, then resculpt the middle part. This way you have a wall that pretty much can be modular as the connecting pieces will always match.
    Good Thoughts! I have put the project on the backburner for some other things I am working on, but I will keep it mind.

    Quote Originally Posted by pezagent
    Great stuff. Where's your story hour? I'd like to see this in action!
    Right here:pogre's new story hour. The great news is you can read the whole thing, because I pretty much killed the party off .

    A lot of the stuff I am working on is related to the new campaign. I especially have a few projects that are going to make the players gasp when they hit the table. Needless to say I cannot post them here - just yet...

    Thank you for the awesome background for the miniature! I certainly don't mind - it got me pumped. I appreciate your efforts very much.

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    Hi Pogre,

    Quote Originally Posted by pogre
    The great news is you can read the whole thing, because I pretty much killed the party off .
    Ha ha, that's awesome (in a funny sort of way)...
    A lot of the stuff I am working on is related to the new campaign. I especially have a few projects that are going to make the players gasp when they hit the table. Needless to say I cannot post them here - just yet...
    Cool beans... love to see some more work. Stuff like this really gets me excited about the hobby... totally
    Thank you for the awesome background for the miniature! I certainly don't mind - it got me pumped. I appreciate your efforts very much.
    Awesome! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Not too much effort--I make comps for ad agencies for a living so all I do all day is work in Photoshop... I like putting these minitures against a dramatic backround--it's fun Maybe if I can find more I can start a new thread for "fan art."

    If you celebrate them--happy holidays!

    /johnny

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    Squig Head

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    Well, I am going to have to splurge on those lights this week. It appears my commission for this bad boy has fallen through and so he is headed for ebay - which will require better photography to get a decent price. I do not use mind flayers in my game generally. Still, a very nice figure from Reaper.



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    Well, I am going to have to splurge on those lights this week.
    Sweet! Dude!

    What do you mean by lights? What sort of setup are you using? :?

    I couldn't resist the power of the Mind Flayer... he commanded me to make more fan art!

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